thread: 2009-05-13 : Now where WAS I...

On 2009-05-13, Ryan Stoughton wrote:

Wait... lightbulb possible; are the examples actually just applications of rules like these:

1.  The first time you take an action in the fiction that increases the danger of death in that situation, you've escalated the conflict.

2.  If someone your character deeply cares about is in danger, you get a +3 to your roll.

3.  If your character has been in the presence of someone with someone of absolute authority, your opponents will bow down when you encounter them?


Do you mean the rules should actually refer to the really specific stuff with very clear judgment calls?


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